My printer cannot open the .indd-file i provided, their fully updated CS6 crashes if they try.
They asked me to provide them with file saved as a .idml-file, but when I save the file as idml, the program crashes on my side.
The report (http://pastebin.com/qjQ2RPZd) says "Thread 22 Crashed" and speaks of "com.adobe.InDesign.INXCore" wich means nothing to me.
The file exports to pdf just fine and packages without problems. Is there anything I can do?
Google tells me nothing and my printer is stumped.
"Printer", in this case, means the person that works at the printing facility that prints the magazine I´m making.
It looks to me like it might be text related. I'd check for a bad font (Troubleshoot fonts | Mac OS X) and if that isn't it, try a divide and conquer search to see if you can isolate a page with a problem. to do that, try to export the file as two halves, then divide any half that fails into halves again and repeat until you are down to one page, then do the same thing removing half the objects on the page at one time.